GCL Lectures 2019 "A world of constitutional problems". Lectures in Global Constitutional Law, with guest lecturers introduced and directed by professor Diletta Tega

  • Data: dal 11 ottobre 2019 al 19 novembre 2019

  • Luogo: Room H, Belmeloro

  • Modalità d'accesso: Ingresso libero fino ad esaurimento dei posti disponibili

Contatto di riferimento:

11th October 2019

THE MAKING AND MAKERS OF GLOBAL LAW: STATES AND BEYOND
Meagan Wong, Lecturer School of Law (University of Essex)
Room H, Belmeloro – 3-5 p.m.

15th October 2019

CONSTITUTIONAL IDENTITY: THE TARICCO CASE
Giovanni Piccirilli, Assistant Professor of Constitutional Law (LUISS, Rome)
Room H, Belmeloro – 3-5 p.m.

18th October 2019

CONSTITUTIONALISM: CRISIS OR RENEWAL?
Massimo Fichera, Academy of Finland Research Fellow and Adjunct Professor at the
Faculty of Law (University of Helsinki)
Room H, Belmeloro – 3-5 p.m.

23th October 2019

WTO IN THE GLOBAL CONSTITUTIONALISM: FROM THE RISE TO DEMISE?
Victoriia Lapa, Contract Lecturer (Bocconi University, Milan)
Room H, Belmeloro – 3-5 p.m

30th October 2019

THE ALGORITHMIC DEMOCRACY
Erik Longo, Associate Professor of Constitutional Law (University of Florence)
Room H, Belmeloro – 3-5 p.m.

8th November 2019

THE INTER-AMERICAN SYSTEM OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN GLOBAL CONSTITUTIONALISM
Sabrina Ragone, Professor of Public Comparative Law (UNIBO)
Room H, Belmeloro – 3-5 p.m.

15th November 2019

POLITICAL PROCESSES BETWEEN NATIONAL INSTITUTIONS AND SUPRANATIONAL INFLUENCES
Giacomo Delledonne, Lecturer of Public Comparative Law (SSSA, Pisa)
Room H, Belmeloro – 3-5 p.m.

19th November 2019

IN YOUR OWN WORDS. EXERCISES IN DEBATING GLOBAL CONSTITUTIONAL LAW ISSUES
Room H, Belmeloro – 3-5 p.m.

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